Kimealia Hercules

 

Age: 20 | Height: 5’9″
Hometown: Montreal, QC

 

Kimealia Hercules is completing her DEC in Social Science-Criminology at Champlain Saint Lambert College.  She speaks English and French, and would like to further enhance her studies in Sciences before attending university.

She hopes to become a Crime Scene Investigator.  Solving the unknown, with her curiosity, gives her the potential to pursue her career path.

She takes advantage of opportunities that will help her achieve her goals.

Her intentions are to become involved with different charities, helping children in developing countries that lack the opportunity for education.

She would love to work and help delinquent adolescents. Coming from a single parent household, she strongly wants to encourage and support single parents’ organizations.

She has participated in many sports such as basketball, soccer, but she’s a natural track & field runner. In her teen years she was part of the English Montreal School Board Choral. To show her passion for kids, she volunteered at the Sun Youth Day Camp as a Counselor in Training.

An interesting job Kimealia has experienced was the Sun Youth Bike Patrol Crime Prevention that combines all her interests; criminology, children, and community work.

Sponsored by: PA Supermarche, Salon Rayshell, Family and Friends.

Languages spoken fluently (please include your native language if English is not your native language).

English & French

What are your interests and what do you enjoy doing the most?

Singing, dancing, modeling, working out, and playing with children.

List any special training you have had (music, art, drama, dance, etc.) 

-          English Montreal School Broad (EMSB) Choral

-          Steel Pan music class

In what sports, if any, have you participated?

Track & Field runner, Basketball, and soccer.

Name one person, other than your parents, who has had the most influence on your life. Why? 

My Godmother has been supportive and encouraging.  She always speaks about the importance of education, and having a good career.

What is your proudest personal accomplishment (other than participating in this pageant)? 

Passing my driving exam on the first try is my proudest personal accomplishment.

What is the most interesting or unique thing that has ever happened to you and/or what is the most interesting thing about you? 

When my mother pulled a prank on me, and I ended up being on a TV show called “Edible Incredible”.  The challenge was to be the best cook, according to the taste buds, and I won.

What is your career ambition and what are you doing or plan to do to accomplish that goal? 

I plan on going into the science program to further enhance my education, so I would be able to get into Forensic Science at University.

What would be your “dream job” in life?

Being a Crime Scene Investigator

Are you currently a student?

Yes

If yes, where?

Champlain Saint-Lambert College

Area of study:

Criminology

Are you currently employed?

Yes

If yes, what is your occupation?

A cashier at supermarket P.A.

Describe where you were raised and what your childhood was like.

I was raised in Montreal, QC.  I had a fun childhood.  I went to Sun Youth day camp as a child, and I was involved in many activities.  I was known as a helper.  I had also participated in talent shows and received many awards as a child.

List any interesting or unusual jobs you may have had. 

Bike patrol for Sun Youth Crime Prevention & the Montreal Police.

List any volunteering you have done.

High school tutor at John F. Kennedy, Golf tournament helper for Sun Youth, warehouse packing for Sun Youth.

What is your most unusual talent?

Being a fast runner, and singing

Where is the most interesting place you have been?

Being at Disney Land in Florida and Canada’s Wonderland in Stratford, Ontario.

What do you hope to be doing in ten years?

Finishing University and starting my career as a Crime Scene Investigator.

Is there anything you would like to add that we haven’t asked?

I often get complimented for my smile!

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